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Injustice in return to work: part 2

Stefanie Garber

A sense of unfairness may lead to worse health outcomes for injured workers.

“Life’s not fair,” as our parents used to say. Injured workers know this all too well. A momentary slip-up can lead to years of suffering. According to Michael Sullivan and his team from McGill University, this sense of injustice may lead to worse health outcomes for injured workers. Sullivan’s research suggests that a sense of injustice correlates with longer disability and increased pain levels. We have previously dis...

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